TITLE

X-ray Optics Research for Linac Coherent Light Source: Interaction of Ultra-short X-ray Pulses with Matter

AUTHOR(S)
Kuba, Jaroslav; Wootton, Alan; Bionta, Richard M.; Shepherd, Ronnie; Fill, Ernst E.; Dunn, James; Smith, Raymond F.; Ditmire, Todd; Dyer, Gilliss; London, Richard A.; Shlyaptsev, Vyacheslav N.; Bajt, Sasa; Feit, Michael D.; Levesque, Rick; McKernan, Mark; Conant, Ronald H.
PUB. DATE
November 2002
SOURCE
AIP Conference Proceedings;2002, Vol. 641 Issue 1, p596
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Free electron lasers operating in the 0.1 to 1.5 nm wavelength range have been proposed for the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (USA) and DESY (Germany). The unprecedented brightness and associated fluence predicted for pulses <300 fs pose new challenges for optical components. A criterion for optical component design is required, implying an understanding of x-ray matter interactions at these extreme conditions. In our experimental effort, the extreme conditions are simulated by currently available sources ranging from optical lasers, through x-ray lasers (at 14.7 nm) down to K-alpha sources (∼0.15 nm). In this paper we present an overview of our research program, including (a) Results from the experimental campaign at a short pulse (100 fs - 5 ps) power laser ar 800 nm, (b) K-α experiments, and (c) Computer modeling and experimental project using a tabletop high brightness ps x-ray laser at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
ACCESSION #
7703670

 

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